Transport Within Croydon
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Croydon is linked to Sussex, Kent and Surrey and Central London via the Brighton Mainline Railway links. The M25, M23 and A23 roads all provide good links with Gatwick, Crawley and Central London, there are very regular trams, trains, and buses in the area. Croydon was a pioneer for reintroducing the tram.
Croydon Stations and Bus Services
Trains go from the following stations in and around Croydon: Bingham Road Halt, Lloyd Park Tramstop, Waddon, East Croydon, West Croydon, Selhurst and South Croydon. The East Croydon train to London Bridge and Victoria takes around 18 minutes.
The tube stations in the area are located at West Croydon in zone 5, Wellesley Road, East Croydon, George Street and Centrale. The trams links to Wimbledon, Beckenham Junction, New Addington and Elmers End. There are plenty of buses servicing Croydon taking you to and from the city.